A Phase A inspection has just been completed on
BUNO 158684 at 2104.4 hours. The scheduled
inspection was due at 2154.4 hours but was
performed early due to operational commitments.
The inspection interval for this aircraft is two phase
inspections (Phase A and Phase B) at 170 hours
each. Phase inspections are authorized a 10 percent
deviation. The next phase due is computed from the
hour the inspection was begun.
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 7-39 THROUGH
7-43, REFER TO FIGURE 7-J, THE TEXTBOOK,
AND REFERENCES DISCUSSED IN THE
On what logbook record should you record
the deviation from the old inspection
Structural Life Limits record
Scheduled Removal Component card
On your entry about the deviation, you
should ensure that what specific
information is included?
The next inspection due, Phase B, is due at
what flight hours on BUNO 158684?
What entry should you record in the Type
or Description of Inspection block of the
Inspection Record to document
completion of the Phase A inspection?
A local form should be prepared
consisting of a list of what items or
components for inventory during this
Phase A inspection?
Items listed on the Structural Life
ASR, EHR, MSR, or SRC card
Classified and pilferable items
Components that are rigidly fixed in
You were just handed a completed maintenance
action form (MAF) documenting the removal of a
technical directive, Power Plant Change 123.
The next phase inspection due, flight
hours due at, and reason for deviation
The reference publications and man-
hours expended to complete the
A notation specifying that the Seat
Survival Kit Records, Aircrew
Systems Records, and Aircrew
Personal Equipment Records were
inventoried during the inspection
A list of applicable Maintenance
Requirement Cards (MRCs) used to
complete the inspection